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Two women share their experience of loneliness and how it relates to their parents and children.
High Street photographer Ron Gibson was an accidental historian tracking the changes in east London.
A Supreme Court decision may see the release of thousands of prisoners, including the former leader.
Pacts and promises, anti-Semitism issues and more, as the BBC's Helen Catt reports.
The stone structures were built more than 300 years ago to protect Edinburgh's natural drinking water.
Glasgow-born Dave Macleod's tells of 25 years of finding the hardest places in Scotland to climb.
Why would someone put up £500 to stand as a candidate in an election, knowing they will lose?
Brexit dominates the headlines - but the UK economy faces many other important challenges.
The Fleabag star on bringing 007 into the #MeToo era and the pressures she felt as a young actress.
The SNP will table an NHS Protection Bill to block the health service from being part of trade deals.
Pubic hair is there for a reason, and other top tips from the woman known as Twitter's resident gynaecologist.
There are now calls for the sign, which was installed to mark the National Eisteddfod, to stay.
Some 1,600 people were taken away but others fled and aid workers believe some will try to reach the UK.
One of sport's biggest names talks racism, equal pay and LGBT rights with Radio 1 Newsbeat.
He will campaign in the region to persuade "Labour heartland seats" to back his Brexit Party.
Elin Rowlands endures a 200-mile round trip from Anglesey to Liverpool for her specialist care.
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
The party says it is sorry for the distress caused to the victim whose rape trial collapsed.
BBC's Anthony Zurcher breaks down what this week's revelations mean for Donald Trump.
The hardy animals are delivering health services for communities that would otherwise be cut off.